Beefeaters Dog Care

Beefeaters® Dog Care

At Beefeaters®, we know that our products are only a small aspect of the overall health of your pet.

We are happy to be a part of your dog's health, well-being and your family.

Our goal is to ensure your dog’s health starts with what he/she eats. That’s why we use the highest quality, natural ingredients in our products for a great taste.
Good behavior deserves a tasty treat and our healthy morsels come in many sizes, shapes and flavors to suit your dog’s needs.

A healthy dog is a happy dog! While your dog’s environment, age and activities all play into his health, what he/she eats is also equally important. As a tip, look at the list of ingredients when you are purchasing treats.
Beefeaters® dog treats feature the following ingredients: Beef, Chicken, Whole Grains such as Rice, Sweet Potato, and 100% natural rawhide or pig hide. They are high in protein, low in fat and contain no fillers, artificial colors or flavors.

Beefeaters® dog treats come in a wide range of textures, shapes, sizes and hardness to address your pet's individual preferences, size and life stage. From great ingredients, come great products. See below for the health benefits of our ingredients:

Meats, such as Chicken, Duck, Pork, Beef and Lamb, have many benefits for your dog. They are high in protein and rich in amino acids for muscle building and tissue repair. Most importantly, they also have that great taste that dogs crave!

Vegetables, such as Sweet Potatoes and Carrots provide dogs with essential vitamins and minerals. Our sweet potato products are a healthy choice with a hint of sweetness that dogs love.

Grains, such as Rice and Oats, are an important part of a dog’s diet and provide a long-lasting, healthy source of energy.

Rawhide is a dog's second best friend. Not only does rawhide provide hours upon hours of enjoyment and entertainment but also it stimulates the teeth and gums by breaking up tartar, plaque and helping to prevent gingivitis. Rawhide is fantastic for puppies, as it helps them get through teething, which is just as painful and uncomfortable for them as it is for human babies.